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out of all the words they could graffiti this is what they chose

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out of all the words they could graffiti this is what they chose

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Leg tips by Bryan Lee

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What would Torgo do? We know what Torgo would do! - by Keith

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What would Torgo do? We know what Torgo would do! - by Keith

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Feelings of Failure, Not Violent Content, Foster Aggression in Video Gamers
The disturbing imagery or violent storylines of videos games like World of Warcraft or Grand Theft Auto are often accused of fostering feelings of aggression in players. But a new study shows hostile behavior is linked to gamers’ experiences of failure and frustration during play—not to a game’s violent content.
The study is the first to look at the player’s psychological experience with video games instead of focusing solely on its content. Researchers found that failure to master a game and its controls led to frustration and aggression, regardless of whether the game was violent or not. The findings of the study were published online in the March edition of the Journal of Personality and Social Psychology.
“Any player who has thrown down a remote control after losing an electronic game can relate to the intense feelings or anger failure can cause,” explains lead author Andrew Przybylski, a researcher at the Oxford Internet Institute at Oxford University, who said such frustration is commonly known among gamers as “rage-quitting.”
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They finally got it, guys.

jerkdouglas:

neurosciencestuff:

Feelings of Failure, Not Violent Content, Foster Aggression in Video Gamers

The disturbing imagery or violent storylines of videos games like World of Warcraft or Grand Theft Auto are often accused of fostering feelings of aggression in players. But a new study shows hostile behavior is linked to gamers’ experiences of failure and frustration during play—not to a game’s violent content.

The study is the first to look at the player’s psychological experience with video games instead of focusing solely on its content. Researchers found that failure to master a game and its controls led to frustration and aggression, regardless of whether the game was violent or not. The findings of the study were published online in the March edition of the Journal of Personality and Social Psychology.

“Any player who has thrown down a remote control after losing an electronic game can relate to the intense feelings or anger failure can cause,” explains lead author Andrew Przybylski, a researcher at the Oxford Internet Institute at Oxford University, who said such frustration is commonly known among gamers as “rage-quitting.”

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They finally got it, guys.

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justsomedullguyontheinternet:

Sheri Graner Ray
> Worked in video games since 1990 on titles such as Star Wars Galaxies, Nancy Drew, and Ultima
> Authored the book Gender Inclusive Game Design-Expanding the Market and is the computer game industry’s leading expert on the subject of gender and computer games
> Was named one of the most influential women in the gaming industry in 2004 and won the International Game Developers Association Award in 2005
> Largely disregarded in favor of Anita Sarkeesian (who has gone on record as not being a gamer, among numerous other lies), who in turn completely ignored Sheri’s contributions and claimed she was the first woman to ever win the International Game Developers Association Award
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Seriously give this more notes. Sheri is who should be getting attention and support. Not Anita.
I wonder how big the pile of evidence of her lying will get before people stop putting up with it.

dickardcain:

imminentdeathsyndrome:

justsomedullguyontheinternet:

Sheri Graner Ray

> Worked in video games since 1990 on titles such as Star Wars Galaxies, Nancy Drew, and Ultima

> Authored the book Gender Inclusive Game Design-Expanding the Market and is the computer game industry’s leading expert on the subject of gender and computer games

> Was named one of the most influential women in the gaming industry in 2004 and won the International Game Developers Association Award in 2005

> Largely disregarded in favor of Anita Sarkeesian (who has gone on record as not being a gamer, among numerous other lies), who in turn completely ignored Sheri’s contributions and claimed she was the first woman to ever win the International Game Developers Association Award

Ha.

Feed this more notes.

Seriously give this more notes. Sheri is who should be getting attention and support. Not Anita.

I wonder how big the pile of evidence of her lying will get before people stop putting up with it.

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I FOUND IT

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i think i may have too many pointy beards in my sketchbook

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Kindergarten teacher: My job is now about tests and data — not children. I quit.http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/answer-sheet/wp/2014/03/23/kindergarten-teacher-my-job-is-now-about-tests-and-data-not-children-i-quit/

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Kindergarten teacher: My job is now about tests and data — not children. I quit.
http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/answer-sheet/wp/2014/03/23/kindergarten-teacher-my-job-is-now-about-tests-and-data-not-children-i-quit/

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Tumblr Tuesday: Women’s History Month
Who Needs Feminism?All of us.
Equality for HERHealth Educational Rights (HER) has been celebrating WHM (Women’s History Month) with biographical snippets and minimalistic portraits of influential women past and present.
Women of Library HistoryName some badasses. “The Navy SEALS?” Sure. “B-613?” Maybe. “The Feminist Task Force of the American Library Association?” Fuck yes. Shout out to our Tumblarians.
Cool Chicks from HistoryChicks have been cool since forever.
Stop Telling Women to SmileAn art series letting you know that it’s not okay to tell women to smile.
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Tumblr Tuesday: Women’s History Month

Who Needs Feminism?
All of us.

Equality for HER
Health Educational Rights (HER) has been celebrating WHM (Women’s History Month) with biographical snippets and minimalistic portraits of influential women past and present.

Women of Library History
Name some badasses. “The Navy SEALS?” Sure. “B-613?” Maybe. “The Feminist Task Force of the American Library Association?” Fuck yes. Shout out to our Tumblarians.

Cool Chicks from History
Chicks have been cool since forever.

Stop Telling Women to Smile
An art series letting you know that it’s not okay to tell women to smile.

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